Premiering today on Northwest Music Scene is a filthy new song called “Deadline” from a band called Dirty Dirty.
“Deadline” is a fast paced, post-grunge romp stacked with heavy fuzz-laden guitar, soaring garage-punk vocals and addictive, danceable rhythms. The sound recalls the melodic stoner-rock vibes of Queens Of The Stone Age with the power-punch of bands like The Dead Weather and Death From Above 1979. The duo are dance-punk at it’s finest.
Dirty Dirty is founding member Ian Forrester [Ever So Android] on Bass-6 and vocals, with Drew Shreve [Seeds Of Venus, Rabbit Wilde] on drums. ‘Deadline’ spotlights the gritty and bombastic tone that blankets the bands music. This psychedeic fuzz-rock project is aged in the dark winters of the Pacific Northwest with a solid foundation of thick, distorted guitars, howling melodies and distinctive grooves. The pair has earned a reputation as an enthralling, magnetic live band. Slinky, powerful and seductive, the band employs a stripped down instrumentation to create a lush and richly sonic wall of sound.
The band is set to release ‘Deadline’ Saturday, June 3 at the High Dive in Seattle. Local indie rockers Asterhouse share the night for a double release party. Guest opener TBA.